tv 11 News Sunrise NBC July 14, 2010 5:30am-6:00am EDT
ilies a priority. freezing college tuition four years in a row, record investments in our schools, and tax credits for small businesses to create jobs. while other states are still struggling, martin o'malley is making the tough choices... to move maryland forward. >> live, local, late-breaking, this is wbal-tv 11 news today in hd.
>> good morning, everybody. welcome back. i am stan stovall. >> and i'm mindy basara. thank you for joining us this morning. let's get a look at the weather and traffic. >> it is still humid. we saw about an inch of rain last night. take an umbrella because we are not done with the rain. you can see some more rain coming out of western maryland. those rain showers will arrive in baltimore within the next few hours. i think it will clear up late this afternoon. high temperature around 89 degrees. we do have some big time heat in the seven-day forecast. >> not a great morning for commuting. we have some early morning problems. southbound 895, this is a live camera. we are not seeing any cameras but there are some developing
with that accident. we will let you know which lanes are closed. 95 approaching caton avenue, three lanes are closed because of an accident. two problems this morning. there is also a downed tree to report in white hall at hunter mill road and kings road. other than that, the harrisburg expressway looks great. the rest of the major roadways so far look pretty good. it is wet out there so give yourself some extra time. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> thank you. the manhunt for a suspected rapist is now over. >> ernest clark was mistakenly released from jail last month. french fried joins us live with more details. >> -- jennifer franciotti joins us live with more details.
>> residents would like to know why he was free in the first place. the month-long search ended in mount vernon on tuesday night. ernest clark was nabbed as he walked down the 200 block of east chase street. it is within sight of several condo buildings. people were angered when they learned that a paperwork mix up lead to the mistaken released last month. >> it is upsetting. >> clark was serving four years for failing to -- a dna hit linked him to a rate. he was transferred to towson for a paternity hearing. his paperwork got lost during the transfer and he was mistakenly released. this incident was a dress.
"we process more than 4000 cases a year. we misplaced the papers. we did it." >> [unintelligible] >> clark is back behind bars this boric and he will answer to charges of that rape. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> the race for governor is heating up. you likely have seen signs for governor o'malley or bob ehrlich. there is one sign that is getting a lot of attention. we have more in the commitment 2010 report. >> keith stouten is a bob ehrlich supporter. >> i put the sign up just after
he announced he was running. >> but his sign is too big. science can be no longer than 8 square feet and 8 feet high. >> the sign is not bothering anybody. i do not think anybody has a problem with it. >> is illegal. >> a local democrat has a problem with it. he admits he was slightly motivated by politics. >> that is why they make the laws. take it down. >> a violation was taped to keith's door. so keith got creative and cut the signed into four parts and put it back up. he said he has gotten no response from the county yet, but he is willing to put up a fight. >> i would like to keep it out.
i would like to have some fun with it. >> calls were not returned inquiring if the sign is still a violation. political science outside of businesses have different requirements. coverage continues on our website, [unintelligible] wbaltv.com. >> an interim superintendent has been named. dr. barbara edmundson has a slew of experience in and out of the classroom. a number of schools were consolidated because of financial troubles and low enrollment. >> she has been speaking and helping other principals throughout the archdiocese and has been very helpful in her present position. but now i think she can bring more into the role of
superintendent of school when she sits behind that desk. >> school officials say edmundson will be allowed to apply for the permanent position. >> if you find yourself legging halfway through the day or first thing in the morning, you may need to switch up your routine. experts say there is a best time of day for everything. but the times vary for everyone. science backs this theory. they say the rhythms of the brain determine your best time for various tasks. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. do you find it easier to complete certain tasks at a specific time of day? e-mail your response to email@example.com. again, that is firstname.lastname@example.org. i think that is very true. >> went you work this shift, it throws it all off. >> we are not bemoaning the
there is some rain in western maryland. it is moving eastbound. take an umbrella with you. the chance for rain shower this morning into lunchtime and then i think it will start to clear up later this afternoon with a high temperature of 89. we will check the seven-day forecast coming up in just a few minutes. for now, to the news desk. >> the manufacturing of the drug avandia will pay out $460 million to settle thousands of lawsuits. they will pay an average of $46,000 in about 10,000 lawsuits. it is claimed avandia caused strokes. a panel will decide whether to pull that drug from the market. >> doctors have the found a way to perform dental work without
sending malice home without being numbed up. >> patients just love it. they did not like a thick lips. >> the most common adverse affects or post procedural pain, increased or decreased heart rate, and headache. >> this is critical because you don't want to come back to work and mumble. >> it is 70 degrees on tv hill. it only took a few moments to change the lock of a local woman. she won the lottery. >> the countdown is still want as be closer to artscape 2010. we'll talk to some more artists. stay tuned. >> here is a live look over
>> now traffic pulse 11 and insta-weather plus together. >> good morning. sarah caldwell checking under early morning commute. there is an accident that has been cleared on 95 approaching caton avenue. in howard county, there is another accident. watch for that cleanup. southbound 895, we're still checking on reports of an accident. the delays above that are the delays on 95. all lanes are open. hunter mill road, a downed tree in whitehall. so far so good on the harrisburg expressway. the entire beltway running smoothly.
let's give the quick look outside. things are running smoothly. traffic is light so far this morning. this is 95 near 395. things are looking much better. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. now let's get the latest on the buses and trains. >> good morning. we still have the 23 delight ay.nin look for the seven bus diverting. light rail and metro are both on subway. no delays on penn, camden, and brunswick lines. artscape is friday, saturday, and sunday. ticket vendors of light rail. -- take advantage of light rail. >> good morning. things are pretty quiet right now after some pretty heavy rain last night. artscape is coming up this
weekend. sandra shaw will give us another preview early on this wednesday morning. >> it all kicks off at noon on friday and it lasts all weekend long. there is every sort of art you can imagine. everything from traditional painting to singing to dancing, they have it. i have some gorgeous work from john. tell us about your portraits here. you also have some landscapes. >> the landscapes, i do big skies. i love doing skies. i pick up a brush and a start painting. i have given up using photographs for reference because it just slows me down. >> it is amazing. you are right, it is more about the sky. >> it is. a lot of them are from the
perspective of floating above the earth, which is where i am comfortable. >> you have some self portraits. >> exactly. this is a detail from a painting by a french painter who painted a painting bacchant 1885. i loved the way he does skin tones and the hair on this work. no one does work like this. i did a master study to investigate his technique. i am eager to do some portraits. >> you will be out here at artscape. is the 29th year. john has been here for two years. come out and enjoy artscape. the weather will be a little iffy. there is a fine mist. you can see spotty showers to
our north and west this morning. we had a round of heavy downpours they came through early this morning. we have a chance of some showers today. most should be clearing by late this afternoon. the heat will make a comeback. >> i am digging that our work. atmospheric artwork. >> it applies to us with the weather. >> exactly. thank you. we will see you next half-hour. clearing is the theme we expect going into this afternoon. there is a chance of rain this morning. the tail end of this system is coming through western maryland. the rain has ended in baltimore for now, take an umbrella with you. there is a chance you will run into some shower activity. you can see the clouds moving
in. it has to go by before things clear out. temperatures are in the low 70's and it is still queued. 74 downtown. 71 in mount airy. a chance for rain showers this morning, maybe a little bit of thunder. mostly rain showers. becoming partly cloudy this afternoon. maybe near 90 if an of sunshine sneaks through. low temperatures will drop back into the low 70's tonight. tomorrow, we will get back into the heat. there is another storm system off to our west. we expect high temperatures to jump into the low to mid 90's again. the heat index will reach 100. we have another chance of showers and thunderstorms this weekend. 94 tomorrow. most of roddick will be dry but
it will be hot with a high temperature near 95 -- most of friday will be dry. those pieces of energy contained to come at us from the great lakes region. the high temperatures will be in the upper 80's and low 90's, as well. >> 73 degrees on tv hill. there's so much more ahead. >> including a look at one of your answers to our water cooler question of the day. >> here is a look at last night's winning maryland lottery numbers. could good luck.
>> if you find yourself lacking throughout the day, you may need to change your receipt -- if he finds itself lagging. afternoon is often the best time to exercise. >> there are genes in your system that are on a circadian clock. these genes are in every cell of your body. the master switch is in your brain. >> consistency is the key. it is ok to adjust your clock when necessary. >> >> that brings us to your answers to our water cooler question of the day. >> this morning we asked -- do you find it easier to complete certain tasks at a specific time of day?
what a life? >> sweet. >> keep e-mail link those responses to email@example.com. we will read more in the next hour oppose all of them on the front page of wbaltv.com. it sounds like tony's wife. >> a single mother got the surprise of for life when she was asked to come down to the lottery office is. >> she was told she was a finalist. we have for story. >> this lottery ticket says ultimate payday, and that is exactly what it was for paul evans. [cheers] they told her she was a finalist in the ultimate pay date game.
they did not teller she won $1 million. >> we said, do not say anything and we will bring her in and come in here with a big massive crowd and surprise her. >> wow. >> paul evans said she already has plans for the money. >> i have a son who is disabled and i have a son on his way to college and i have a daughter that is in college, so i am going to save most of it and put my son through college, if the lord is willing. >> paul is the perfect winner, the kind of what everyone is happy to see win the big prize. >> you give us the reaction we all love to see. she is such a lovely person, hard working.
these are the kinds of winners we love. >> pulte had a chance to win another prize. -- paula had a chance to win another prize. do you need a boyfriend? >> i do not have one, but thank you. >> you are so bad. >> we're happy that people like paul can when. >> here's a look ahead. >> the latest on the so-called barefoot bandit. >> a certain time went inspection rates -- infection rates rise and hospital. >> new figures showed a majority of people are against eight drilling moratorium. >> we had some heavy rain last night. we have elmore in the forecast as we head through this morning. >> a slick start this morning. it is creating some problems in howard county.
he inherited a $1.7 billion budget deficit... then an economic crisis. but martin o'malley went to work. cutting $5 billion in waste and government spending, while also making opportunities for middle class families a priority. freezing college tuition four years in a row, record investments in our schools, and tax credits for small businesses to create jobs. while other states are still struggling, martin o'malley is making the tough choices...